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Chronicle of Higher Education Lists UC as “Top Producer” of U.S. Fulbright Scholars


UC is among the “top producers” of U.S. Fulbright Scholars, according to a listing in The Chronicle of Higher Education. UC ranked ahead of Harvard, Columbia, Cornell and Ohio State.

Date: 10/28/2011 12:00:00 AM
By: M.B. Reilly
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Photos By: Peter Griga

UC ingot   The Chronicle of Higher Education this week published “Top Producers of U.S. Fulbright Scholars,” and among research institutions, the University of Cincinnati ranked near the top of the list, with seven UC faculty earning Fulbrights.
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UC faculty and student Fulbright winners will represent UC around the world in 2011-12.



The prestigious Fulbright awards allows faculty to teach and conduct research internationally. In 2011-12, UC faculty representing the disciplines of architecture, English, history, philosophy, planning and sociology will be conducting such work in  Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, Germany, Israel,  South Africa, Taiwan and the West Bank. See more about their work.

In earning these Fulbright awards for international research and teaching, UC ranked ahead of other institutions, including Harvard University, Columbia University, Cornell University and Ohio State University.



  • See The Chronicle of Higher Education list, along with an accompanying article
  • See UC web coverage about the work students and faculty will be conducting in 2011-12 as Fulbright winners.